Good Help the Card Game (Canceled)
Congratulations! You've just completed your Evil Doctorate! Now it's time to build your first Monster to start your revenge!
Congratulations! You've just completed your Evil Doctorate! Now you've moved back to the small eastern European town where you grew up to start your revenge and build your first Monster.
You have to appear to be an upstanding member of society, so you have to hire some assistants to do your dirty work. Going and getting body parts, for example. The problem is that as you're just starting out and can't pay them very much, so your assistants aren't very reliable.
Once you finally get them to bring a brain, a torso, a set of limbs, and some supplies back to your castle, you can pay off your assistants and assemble your Monster. Then you send the Monster to town to destroy the buildings that you have been using. If you can destroy enough of them, you will win the game. If there are too many Monsters and not enough buildings for that, however, the Monsters will fight to the death to determine who wins!
This is a 2 - 6 player game, for ages 12 and up, taking 30-90 minutes to play depending on the number of players.
Let's take a look at some of the updated art!
Here's the link to the written rules:
There is a Game walkthrough video, the link to it is here:
Unfiltered Gamer Review:
Casual Game Revolution review:
Twist game review:
If you are from the Winnipeg region and want to pick up your game(s) at either Game Knight or A Muse N Games, pretend to be from the USA when backing, but fill in your correct address when we get to the Backer Survey. This will result in free shipping.
If you are an international store, we will ship free to a US-based freight forwarder, otherwise please e-mail me for shipping costs.
Risks and challenges
We have an experienced team of people to do printing, to do shipping and on the organizational side of things. This is a relatively small project, and its scope is such that it's not too complex to get out of hand. The components are all easily made, there's nothing technically difficult about the printing.
This isn't our first rodeo. Apart from forces impossible to predict such as ship shortages and dock strikes, we can do this in a reasonable time frame without a doubt.
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